Tom King, Andy Kubert, Superman, Sgt. Rock, and Punching Nazis in Their Stupid Faces

Posted by September 7, 2018 Comment

Tom King is working on something with Andy Kubert. Well, yeah, there’s that one thing, the Superman 100-Page Giant story, in issue #3, available now at Walmart (the only place you can buy both comics and a knife to stab them with). But he’s also working on something with Andy Kubert involving Sgt. Rock, King revealed on Twitter Friday:

So is this a spoiler for the Superman 100-Page Giant story? It could be. Or maybe something else? Either way, King was willing to give us a tease on what this team-up will include. And what it will include is the classic comic book pastime of Nazi punching. King shared a look inside his script:

And Francesco Francavilla, who drew Sgt. Rock with Tom King for the 2017 DC Holiday special, seemed to get a little jealous.

Sorry, Francesco. You should find a writer who looks at you like these dolphins look at Scott Snyder and Jock.

 

(Last Updated September 7, 2018 8:58 pm )

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